Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Don't Just Dream of a White Christmas
There’s no need to dream of a white Christmas and a magical festive season. The strong Australian dollar means that a holiday to the magical ski-town of Aspen is more affordable than ever.
Seven night packages including accommodation, breakfast and six day lift passes for the four mountains of Aspen, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass are available for less than $1300 per person.
During Aspen’s spirited festive season, the town celebrates 12 days of Aspen between December 20 and New Years Eve with a series of heart-warming festive events including traditional carolers, ice skating parties, après-ski festivities, tree lighting ceremonies, holiday-themed productions at the historical Wheeler Opera House, outdoor concerts, Santa appearances (including Santa on skis), New Years Eve Fireworks and lots more. For a full calendar of festivities visit www.aspenchamber.org/12days.
For details of the best package deals available at your preferred time of travel, talk to your Aspen holiday specialist agent - www.aspensnowmass.com/touroperators.cfm or visit www.aspensnowmass.com. Package prices fluctuate depending on travel dates.
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